Community Involvement is Key
Hosting a charity event is a great way to raise money for a cause while also raising awareness. The best way to make a real change is by having as much community involvement as possible. We at Helping HART (a.k.a. HHART) believe that strong ties in the community are vital to our success. We know that without the help of the community, we will never meet our goals.
The more we can get the community involved through fundraisers or sponsor a charity event, the higher chance we can make genuine change. Hit-and-run accidents are a senseless crime that leaves the victim without answers and families without closure in the worst of outcomes. Be a part of creating a better tomorrow for the people we love.
Upcoming Awareness Charity Events
Ride Starts at Bakersfield Harley Davidson
Registration Time: 8:00am – 10:20am KSU 11:00 am
SIKH RIDERS OF AMERICA – 10/09/2021
Celebrating its 9th annual Motorcycle Ride to raise money for local charities in Kern County. All proceeds raised will benefit the Kern River Blue Star Moms, MADD Bakersfield chapter, 999 Foundation & American Legion Chapter 26 Bakersfield California.
RAISED OVER $55,000!
This is what happens when our community comes together!
We Could Use Your Help
Community involvement is critical. If you are interested in volunteering your time to help us grow, please contact (internal link) us today. We want and need the community to play a massive role in our growth. The more people who take a stand against the hit-and-run epidemic plaguing our nation, the quicker we will see a change.
Making A Difference
Hosting a charity event not only contributes to furthering Helping HART’s mission but also builds relationships. We are working closely with Law Enforcement and other charities to make the most significant impact possible. Throughout the year, we will host various charity events for our donors, professional advisors, local nonprofits, and interested community members to connect, raise awareness, and give meaningfully together. Together we can make a difference and put an end to hit-and-run tragedies.